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, bill. heather: i know you're excited about this, bill. prince harry headed to washington. some of his recent visits to the u.s. he made headlines for his high-profile partying. this time he wants to use his trip to raise awareness of some serious issues. one of the first stops is capitol hill, to bring attention to a cause close to his mother's heart. we'll get a report. bill: he get your vote? no he is not running for office. here is a serious matter. the soccer referee dying after being punched in the face over a penalty call. should the teenager accused of killing him faced a adult charges? a closer look at that. >> i have a 17-year-old youth. i have a family that lost a loved one and i have a community that says, when you go out and engage in daily sort of recreational activities we shouldn't end up with these kind of tragedies. this is $100,000. we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you nee
that began earlier today on capitol hill. this time it seems unlikely prince harry will end up dancing naked for a bunch of hotel guest. in fact, is he skipping vegas all together. because what happens there, well, this afternoon the third in line to the british throne toured divint on land mines along with john mccain. we're told hundreds of women staffers packed in to catch a glimpse of the bachelor. of course, prince harry is a british soldier and the senator is a vietnam vet. the theme of the royal trip is support for wounded service members. prince harry is now at the home of the british ambassador to the united states where tonight he is expected to give a speech and have some dinner. peter doocy is in d.c. tonight. harry seems to be getting very red, white, and blue reception. >> yeah, i would say so, shepard. we don't have princes here in america. and the nice reminder of that came this afternoon when as you said hundreds of female staffers hallways at the capital. the young women have been born and raised in the united states. not every day a prince third in line of the thrown comes
. whitey bulger's story. what's america's fascination with prince harry? the royal visit just ahead. >>> dramatic search for the boston bombers is not first high-profile manhunt in bean town recent memory. back in 1995, whitey bulger pled the city and after 16 years at large and 12 years on the fbi's ten most wanted tujtive's list he was arrested in california june of 2011. as his trial approaches this june, a new book is out. whitey bulger, america's most wanted gangster in the manhunt that brought him closer to justice. it is written by "boston globe's" kevin cullen along with his colleague. they covered it for some 25 years. good to see you. >> thanks. >> first of all, were any of the boston officials who were at the center of the bulger case -- were they also involved in the manhunt to find the boston bombers? >> no. there is a real gap between that. at at the time very tlend was a small -- very small multi-agency task force. really came down to an fbi agent. neil sullivan. they were able to find him in the end by actually putting out a series of ads a woman sitting in her in ic
getting crushed again. harry reid ripping the junior senator from texas for being a bully. especially when it comes to the latest budget battle. does this pile-on mean democrats are fearful of this guy? >> what i love is that senator reid is finally admitting something that we've known, all america has known the senate acts like children. so at least they're finally admitting that. all that senator cruz wants to does abide by the rules, and that's something the senate doesn't know about because since 2007, it's done whatever harry reid wants to it be. so no wonder they're confused about the rules, which is what ted cruz wants to happen. >> neil: when i heard disparaging treatment of the other party i felt like saying, pot meet kettle, but that's another case. what do you think of the group phenomenon? one of the things that came through is he is dealing with this broadsides and attacks but is not shrinking from them. >> of course not. senator cruz should not. he is an attorney who knows what he is talking about and the rules are not being followed, and in this case there should be a commit
. >>> cotton harris moore pleaded guilty to breaking into an airplane hangar during his infamous 2010 international crime spree. according to the associated press the admission won't affect his prison sentence. harris-moore pleaded guilty last year in connection with the break-in as part of a bigger plea deal. the plea resulted in a seven-year sentence. >>> new this morning, carnival cruise line ""try yum" was back at sea. it's headed for the bahamas for more on the upgrade entertainment areas. >>> so, you know, trapping alligators is in fact a dangerous business and even a professional can get hurt. the husband and wife team of jason and sarah clark were called to remove a 3 1/2-foot alligator from a suburban pond. a feisty alligator. jason cook said the alligator bit him and wouldn't let go. he caught it, i should say. watch how these pros handle the situation. >> you get two fingers, you ready? >> uh-huh. put his tail between your legs. here you go. >> ouch. oh. the clarks say the alligator was big enough to kill a small dog, although apparently not his arm. this gator will be eval
the funds they need to carry out their duties safely and successfully. >>> england's prince harry is back in the states. you are looking at video of him charming his way through colorado. he is at a meet and greet with wounded men and women at the opening ceremonies for the warrior games in colorado. mike, with a good day to you, what's going on over there right now? >> reporter: in about an hour they'll have the opening ceremonies and charm is a big part of prince harry's persona that has so many cameras here. a big draw here, all the stars are really the athletes who will compete, some 250. harry, 28 years old, one of the most famous people on the planet. he's here for these games not because he's a celebrity prince but because he's also a soldier. in the british army air corps, he's captain harry wales, and it was a soldier's perspective that during his stop in washington he visited arlington national cemetery to acknowledge america's honored dead. but it's his status as a soldier and a prince, his star power assuring media attention that had colorado laying out the welcome mat friday
. will and kate touring america and australia. prince harry arrives in the u.s. tomorrow for another visit while 64-year-old charles waits as he reluctantly discussed with brian not long ago. >> this is something that if it comes to it, regrettably it comes -- >> as a result of the death of your mother. >> the death of a parent which is not so nice to say the least. >> reporter: but slowly -- very slowly -- a transition of sorts is under way as the queen, duty bound, thinks about the future. last week charles attended the abdication of the dutch queen to her son, age 46. queen elizabeth vowed never to abdicate. time waits for no one, not even a queen. kier simmons, nbc news, london. >>> that is our broadcast for tonight. thank you for being here with us. i'm brian williams. we hope to see you right back here tomorrow evening. we hope to see you right back here tomorrow evening. good night. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com with breaking news. >> that breaking news is out of the east bay. a gruesome find in oakland. today they found a human head in a pile of debris at the california waste sol
? >> thankfully, our little ones grow slower. >>> it's a time for a look ahead. britain's prince harry is in washington, d.c. he'll tour exhibitions on capitol hill by the anti-land mines charity. >>> president obama travels to texas today. the president will talk about creating jobs and a new technology skills needed for the future. >>> and a happy birthday to singer billy joel who is 64. actress candice bergen turns 67 and actor albert finney turns 77 today. >>> on the "today" show show, families and friends of the three women rescued from captivity in cleveland, ohio speak out on the "today" show. on a much lighter note, martha stewart meets her match as she comes face to face with two potential dates. >>> so please stay tuned and keep it to this channel for more news, weather and sports, i'm dara brown. thanks for watching "early today." make sure you have a good one this thursday. . >>> new this morning, san jose police have spent their time searching for a man who stabbed another man in this very quiet neighborhood in san jose. >> a special hearing on capitol hill as congress loo
magic eraser extra power. >> this support fox i am heather childers in for harris faulkner. time for the top. news, thousands of homosexual threaten bide wildfires in california. there is hope that a change in want weather will help the fire fighters battling the flamings. three of them popped nupt los angeles alone this week. that includes the largest and that is a spring fire that burnedy 28,000 acres since starting in camarilo on thursday. thousands of people were told to get out. >> you know, fire department did a good job. hopefully -- >> and all of the sudden, our front field caught fire. we put it out with shove and he will whatever we could and trying to keep our property safe and horses safe. >> we live out here since 2000. it is nerve wracking and don't expect it to be that close. ash is getting heavy for us, too. >> the inferno burning not too far from malibou . concerns that the strong santanana winds would push it close to the city. dominic, there is a group much homeowners that took extra precaution from the wildfires, is it helping them so far? >> it certainly has
&p reaching record high as well. roy harris is here to tell us all about it. but first, let's take a look at what happened on the day. the dow jones up 87 points. the s&p is up more than eight points. the nasdaq gaining almost four points. 3.3 billion. in the commodity market, gold is down. crude oil dropping -- the ten-year closing at a yield of 1.70%. economic growth issue, it should be better than most economists. joining us now is mari harris. i guess we can talk about these things. >> yes, let's talk about how this looks. >> okay, so this wasn't supposed to happen in the minds of many. because the market would be indicating that the economy was going to slow to zero. >> i think what is happening is that we are finding out what the fed has done with this quantitative easing has been more stimulative than a lot of people expected. they keep sticking the fed's money in their pocket. >> as you look at all of the discussion by particularly the obama administration about stimulus, my lord,. >> this is 85 billion a month. how much the fed is pouring into the system, expanding the balance sh
and unattractive people should stay out of the stores. >> prince harry has a week-long visit to the united states and the palace is >> covering daly city, dublin, los gatos, and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> popular clothing story abercromie and fitch is under fire saying he does not want larger people in abercromie, he wants thin, beautiful people who wear the sort of clothes should feel like a "cool kid." they do not make women's pants in anything bigger than a size ten and they are accuses of discriminating against heavy people. "good morning america" will have more on this controversy coming up at 7:00. >> a new nap shot of the improving housing market with a report this morning showing fewer u.s. homes entered 401(k) last month, dropping 20 percent from march to april and down 32 motorcycle from a year ago. also, fewer homes remain repossessed by lenders and the there are homes that could head over to auction. >> the president will talk about jobs and raises and use the trip to talk about efforts to bring jobs become to the united states from overseas. the national implement picture
leaders in congress are doing. >>> senate majority leader harry reid refused to meet last week with former senator pete domenici of new mexico who was a powerful republican for decades. he said it's because of his extramarital affair with the daughter of another senator. >>> a judge in texas ruled that high school cheerleaders can display banners with verses from the bible at football games. a complaint was made but the ruling says the banners are allowed by the constitution. >>> massachusetts senator elizabeth warren is president obama ing a bill to give students a break on high interest rate loans which are expected to double july 1st. >> in other words, the federal government is going to charge interest rates nine times higher than the rates they charge the biggest banks. the same banks that destroyed millions of jobs and nearly broke the economy. that isn't right. >> and that's your morning's dish of scrambled politics. >>> and now for your morning forecast, here is bill karins. >> good morning. >> interest rate, i never heard that before that interest rates are going to double. >> yea
? >> yeah. they were very good to allow me an amendment and the reason they did is because harry denied me an amendment on the gun bill on one that would have passed an actually solved the problem which he promised to give me. so i think, you know, the fact is we ought to be worried about making sure that people who shouldn't have guns, people on the do not buy list don't get them, rather than restricting people who are good, great citizens from carrying out their own responsibilities and expressing their second amendment rights. so i'll eventually get this amendment. took me two times to get the parks and the forest service and i'll eventually get it and what i'll do is publicize every rape that goes on corps land and say a good portion of them wouldn't happened if we would have passed this amendment and we will eventually get there. >> on the hill a lot of people talking about the ben ghazi hearings yesterday. what is your state from what you learned from the state department official? >> i think the state department has real trouble. having sit on the intelligence committee and seen the
years ago following the death of franklin roosevelt, harry truman became president. he was thought by most to be a petty politician, not very smart and likely to fail. he had been vice president for less than two months and done little to prepare for his new job. and yet he is remembered now as one of our most effective presidents, so effective that a prestigious national security project bears his name. the reason is that harry truman both understood and reflected what is best about america. he was optimistic about the prospects for human progress but conscious of the perils posed by weakness and fear. he was proud of america's strength but aware of the need for allies and friends. he thought of the united states as exceptional but not because it was exempt from the rules that apply to others. to him, america was the champion of liberty, law and justice for all. we admire president truman because he dared to build greatly, and because what he built was made to last. to honor his legacy, we -- and that includes all of us -- must strive to do the same. so to that end, i pledge my ow
or democrat. >> that would be the message he gave to harry reid's office. >> if they're worried about mark prior, they need to be worried because he's going to keep pouring money -- it's going to kill him politically. i've been hearing, we believe people would switch their votes if we had another vote. kelly ayotte and pryor said he was open to it if you make small changes. >> and i think that's the pressure that they want to apply on these guys. and people, politicians always respond to the immediate incentive, which is for most of them getting reelected the next time. and start to feel like they're taking a hit back home and feel like the politics are working against them, i think it does have an effect on the psychology of how someone's going to vote. and for the longest time, people have assumed that the politics of gun control are you stay away from it. don't do any new gun controls. the folks are a much more aggressive in campaigns than the other side. >> that's not the case. kelly ayotte is getting hammered. a lot of other people. and there's another side of this. there's the carrot
on a lacquer disc of arthur smith's "guitar boogie" from the 1940's; and american composer roy harris' "duo for cello and piano" from the 1970's. but a tremendous amount of material has been lost, even historic recordings by the likes of george gershwin, frank sinatra, and judy garland. the library was mandated by congress to develop a new audio recording preservation strategy, and brought out a plan earlier this year. among its goals: create a publicly accessible national directory of collections; develop a coordinated collections policy, including a strategy to collect, catalogue, and preserve recordings; construct storage facilities for long-term preservation; and simplify and clarify disparate copyright laws governing historical recordings. it's not an easy task, says the librarian of congress, james billington, but it's a necessary one. >> yeah, there are all kinds of obscure places where things have been preserved, sometimes in people's attics, sometimes in depositories that no longer exist or have changed ownership. its detective work to reassembling what the original product was, as
much anymore. >> and this week we've seen harry reid and ted cruz yell at each other on the senate floor. it does look -- i mean, this is a cliche in this town that happens, which is, oh, the senate's become like the house. but there's a lot of truth to that. it is a little more rancorous these days. >> i think a lot of what happened, though, a lot of the things that started contaminating the house a generation ago have migrated over to the senate. with a bunch of house members coming over. that it used to be the senate was civil. the house was pretty unruly. but now you have this influx of house members that really changed the tone of the senate. >> you've watched this a long time. do you change it with people? do you change it with the rules? what changes this culture? you know, i do assume it's cyclical. but sort of how -- what changes it? >> well, there isn't a silver bullet. i mean, personally, you know, on the house side i'd like to see redistricting reform. i think both sides, change in the primary process. so in states where there is closed party registration, independents
. >> reasoner: "millionaire with heart of gold offers hope to ghetto kids." >> pelley: harry reasoner met gene lang, a millionaire who guaranteed college tuition for every kid in one harlem class. >> reasoner: are they good kids? do you like them? >> lang: oh, i love them. i look at them now, all of them, as an extension of my family. >> tudor jones: well, the second that program finished, i picked up the phone. i called gene lang, and i said, "i want to do what you're doing." >> pelley: you know, i'm curious what it was about that program and about where you were in your life that ignited that spark in that moment? >> tudor jones: there was probably a hole in my soul, and i didn't really know it at the time. and all of a sudden, here was this man that showed the joy of giving. so, the lesson that i learned was that there was a whole new journey in my life that was ahead of me that i had not yet even realized was there. >> pelley: so, he adopted a school, too, confident that if he showered it with money, the students would thrive. >> tudor jones: i was throwing everything in the world i could
hitters. >> jjc, but not harry s. truman who would have been better. >> signers include a memo for the move and 52 conservatives demanded house republican leaders not bring a senate bill and the keeper of the no-tax pledge and he is a fighter for small business, except for when it's small business. we'll talk more about the bill's channes in the house later today, too. >> when we come back after a rough few months and apple mounting a comeback as you may know up almost 20% and the meantime, google trading near all-time highs. which one, though? which one do you choose? we'll tell you how to play it,u akeover. today and he will join us live after that mng talked about. take one more look at futures potentially the 17th straight tuesday up in a row when we come back. change makes people nervous. but i see a world bursting with opportunity, with ideas, with ambition. i'm thinking about china, brazil, india. the world's a big place. i want to be a part of it. ishares international etfs. emerging markets and single countries. find out why nine out of ten large professional investors
-one, but the regular order, harry reid tried to get it started last night and senate republicans blocked him. when does the clock start? >> we want to go to conference, but we want to go when we have a good chance of actually getting something done.the reason we think it is not -- i want to get a deal. i want an agreement. we do not want to go to conference just for the sake of a joint conference. we want an agreement. this is more of a house thing than a senate thing, but if we go to conference with a monthlong stalemate in conference, which ends up happening is people dig in their positions making it that much harder to get agreement. >> that is your lesson from the supercommittee? our motivation is actually to get to an agreement and the decisions we are making right now is to maximize the likelihood of getting an agreement at the end of the day. >> does that mean that you believe you guys passed to political of a budget and they did pass to political of a budget? >> do i want my budget to become law? i do. but they get that in a divided government, you do not get everything you want. we understand
: this is the "full court press." >> other headlines making news on this thursday. prince harry comes to washington today. politico reports the british royal third in line to the throne will visit arlington national cemetery, also walter reid army medical center to spend time with wounded soldiers. then he flies to colorado and new jersey to tour hurricane sandy damage later this week. there is no scheduled stop in las vegas. >> bill: yeah, that's all right. he can play strip poker anywhere. billiards. >> i have a feel he might sneak in a trip to good guys. >> one hollywood heavyweight who led her star power to president obama on the campaign trail said we'll never see her run for politics. eva longoria. while she enjoys fighting for important causes, she thought she was tough-skinned but there are too many mean people in politics and she doesn't want to be a part of that. she's not a fan of the no holds barred vicious group of people in washington. >> bill: silly question to ask her if she would run for office. where would she run from and why would she consider it? >> but she's famous. >> she's d
that harry connick jr. was one of your mentors, what did you learn from him. >> i learned from harry that you should know the meanings of song. >> as you get a chance to stop and look back at the last year of your life, how has it changed you. >> this time last year, i was working at a day care, changing diapers and like now i'm singing for the world. i'm in new york, i vrnt been here since i was 11. i mean, like, i'm really enjoying going everywhere. >> what is the next move? are you going to look for a record deal? >> you know what, not only do i want to sing, i want to act and model. >> all sounds very familiar, vanessa. >> you got to study. you know, obviously, harry gave you some advice about knowing the lyrics that you're going to sing, because you have to bring those words to life with the meaning. you got to do it you're willing to take the big step and go to school, educate. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> i can see by the look on your face when you walked in and saw vanessa, a pretty good role model. >>> coming up next -- hot headlines from hollywood, right after this. yes! yes!!!! i'm accepte
, screen and runway. heidi klum rocked the red carpet. harry winston diamonds. gisele bundchen wore a little black dress, with husband and patriots qb tom brady. look who made their red carpet debut. twood and lindsay vaughn hand in hand last night. now taking to the red carpet. they look like a bride and groom. >>> sure looked like a wedding. turns out honey boo-boo's parents may have walked down the aisle. can you believe it, for money. >> i'm shocked. >> the "chicago sun-times" reports mama and mike sugar bear thompson were paid a six-figure bonus to hold saturday's ceremony. according to the paper honey boo-boo's parents hadn't thought about getting married until show producers said it would get them big ratings and extra cash as well. episodes are set to air in july. >>> head to cnn.com/trends. >> and honey boo-boo's parents getting hitched, the president's commencement speech, lindsay being lindsay. cute, late-night laughs. >> lindsay lohan told piers morgan in an interview she's only done cocaine four times in the her life. and to her credit it was under her parents' supervis
was a personal friend of harry truman. and barney frank know each other for a long time. barney makes a speech at the press club in the spring of '09 inviting small banks to participate in the process. fein picks it up. thanks him. they start back channel. ends up in frank's office. frank said i need you. cam, let's make a deal. they make a deal. fein will keep it neutral on the consumer protection agency. and frank will embrace an amendment to change the formula for fdic payments. change it in a way that saves the community banks $1.5 billion. >> so a billion and a half of money paid for the fdic shifts from small banks to big banks in return for neutrality. >> which is huge for barney. >> they stayed neutral. >> what do you think about that? is that good? is that the way we should be making law in america? >> there's a lot that's not good about the way we make laws in america. this is democracy. we make trades, compromises and pull it together. this is not new. it has been going on for years. >> he didn't tell us about that. >> look, cam did well by his people. he did what he was supposed to
against a determined creditor. they basically had her for the entire decade. the and starred harry thank and this is the thing that amanda berry took it upon herself to save her life and the lives of others. >> doesn't it seem more likely that they would all be able to get out and be found considering there were three different girls at three different ages? this was a neighborhood. people say that they barbequed with these brothers that were arrested. >> that is true but we cannot put ourselves in the places of these kids. they were under extraordinary pressure the entire time. we don't understand the circumstances of their captivity. i think we have to do is celebrate the fact that they have been able to escape the bombs of this character. hopefully learn from this case so that we can teach at the current generation of girls how to react if they find themselves similarly threatened. >> we have covered some any of missing children cases on the news and interview their parents. does this make easier or harder for parents of missing children? >> it gives us hope. the sign as a little brig
upon the secretary harry patricia by nominating this position. i will work to represent the values of the american people to the government and people of chad at the moment when chad is becoming a stronger part or for the united states and allies in a critical region. my wife has joined me today. amelia has been my closest part or a stronger supporter throughout the career. mr. chairman, members of the committee, through many centuries the people and cultures have shared chats richly diverse environment. these traditions have a unique culture but one face great tension and turbulence since its independent in 1960. chad has been regularly plagued by civil war in a separate periodic struggle with libya, sudan and other countries. today chat is emerging from legacy of internal turmoil and conflict. the rapprochement and 2010 has supported internal stability as a whole. to plays a positive role contributing to peacekeeping efforts. notably a key partner in the community efforts to halt extremists from anticipating and sustaining casualties in the international military intervention in
the senate majority leader harry reid brought it directly to the floor rather than sending it through the regular process this ashen. as i said, baucus opposes the bill. montana does not have a sales tax. senator wyden from oregon has also been strongly opposed. obviously from the moral liberal wing of the senate, but he framed this as businesses taking over government responsibility. oregon does not have a sales tax. he sought exemptions for those sorts of states and retailers. the problem with that, senator and see points out, that if certain they cannot forced to comply by all likelihood those states would become the center of online retailer progress -- retailing gossip -- retailing because everyone would move there. host: how much could be raised? guest: $23 billion has been going around. it would go to states, counties, localities, whoever that are not charging sales tax on internet purchases? guest: absolutely. i think it is fair to say most companies don't. the retailers and companies do, maybe not the majority but gradually an increasing number of online purchases have sales
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